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Classification Phraseology as of:
1/1/2018
 
Classification Code:
3643(2)
 
Phraseology:

ELECTRIC CONTROL PANEL OR SWITCHGEAR MFG.

Footnote:

This classification applies to the manufacture or shop repair of electric control panels, switchboards, circuit breakers, switches and switchgear apparatus with a power rating of 746 watts (one horsepower) or more.

The manufacture of electrical-mechanical control panels and switchboards rated at less than 746 watts (one horsepower) shall be classified as 3179, Electrical Apparatus Mfg.

The manufacture of electrical-mechanical control panels and switchboards that are rated both at less than 746 watts and at 746 watts and above shall be classified based on the primary (over 50% of shop time) operation.

The manufacture of electronic programmable controls shall be classified as 3681(1), Instrument Mfg. — electronic.

The installation or repair of electric control panels and switchboards away from the shop shall be classified as 3724(2), Electrical Machinery or Auxiliary Apparatus.

Industry Group/Related Classifications:
Approved Pure Premium Rate:
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Effective DatePure Premium RateNote
1/1/2018$3.62New/Renewal
7/1/2017$3.51New/Renewal
1/1/2017$3.80New/Renewal
Prior Phraseology and Footnote:
Shown below is the previously published phraseology and footnoteEffective Date

Phraseology:
ELECTRIC CONTROL PANEL OR SWITCHGEAR MFG.

Footnote:
This classification contemplates the manufacture or repair of control panels, switchboards, circuit breakers, switches and switchgear apparatus with a power rating of one horsepower or more.

Display and parts departments that are physically separated from the repair shop and sell parts commercially shall be separately classified as 8017(7), Stores — hardware.

1/1/2015
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